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Oxford Islamic Studies

More than 6,000 articles from major Oxford reference works cover all aspects of the Islamic world, giving students ready access to the most authoritative scholarship in the field.

The first and only electronic version of Hanna E. Kassiss' Concordance of the Quran links to the sites two translations of the Quran, offering the ability to access this essential text in a way no other Islamic studies resource can.

250+ primary source documents selected and translated by leading scholars include excerpts from seminal books, transcripts of speeches, fatwas, statements posted on Arabic internet sites and other sources.

Carefully selected links to trustworthy external websites saves students and researchers time and spare confusion about the validity of online sources.

Lesson plans to serve as course development tools, aid lecture preparation, stimulate ideas, or supplement and enhance existing syllabi.

New and revised content added in regular updates to keep your syllabus on the cutting edge with the most current thinking by top scholars, especially vital in such a rapidly developing field.

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Updated: April 21, 2015

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This license is made available through a national site license negotiated on behalf of Consortia Canada by Ontario CouncilĀ of Univeristy Libraries (OCUL).

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